One-and-a-Half Kink-Mount Kendama Trick
Learn how to do the 3A yoyo trick the One-and-a-Half Kink-Mount.
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One-and-a-Half Kink-Mount Kendama TrickThis trick is called the One-and-a-Half Kink-Mount. It looks like this.
The One-and-a-Half Kink-Mount is really just a One-and-a-Half Mount with both hands, and they are connected together by what is called a “kink”. This means that the strings on both yoyos are actually twisted together.
To do this trick start by throwing a Breakaway with your non-dominant-hand, then using your dominant hand mount a One-and-a-Half Mount around your wrist. Before you go any further, I suggest practicing that One-and-a-Half Mount, because it is a little different than a normal One-and-a-Half Mount, which is done around your finger. It takes a slight adjustment to get used to mounting around your wrist. Once you feel comfortable with it, you are ready to move on.
So again, throw a Breakaway with your non-dominant-hand, mount a One-and-a-Half Mount around your wrist, then pull your non-dominant-hand through the loop – that creates a kink – and you can mount your non-dominant-yoyo in a One-and-a-Half Mount as well.
To dismount drop both yoyos, but at the same time swing your dominant-hand forward, and that will undo the kink and allow you to bring both yoyos back to your hands successfully.
A second way to dismount from this trick, which adds a little more style, is actually to take your dominant hand – when it is in the mount – swinging it to the outside, and then throw it behind your non-dominant yoyo. That looks like this. Get in your mount. Swing, throw it around dropping both yoyos at the same time.
That’s the One-and-a-Half Kink-Mount.